The little hot wings and celery were made from Premo clay, and the ranch was made from TLS and oregano though it's not baked. The tray is approx. 1.5 inches in diameter.
what color clay did u use for the wings
Though if you don't mind I have some questions;
Did you say you didn't bake the ranch or you didn't bake the whole tray? Also, how how would it change in appearance if you baked it? Sorry, I want to start polymer clay sculpting soon but I want to know more about it first
Yes, when I took the picture at the time, I was in a hurry to leave, so I didn't bake the ranch. Working with TLS (transluscent liquid sculpey) was very difficult for me to learn, because the way it looks unbaked will be different once it is baked. If you don't put in enough color, it will be too transparent once you bake it (unless that is what you want, like for syrup), and whatever color you see unbaked will darken once it's baked, so before baking it you need to compensate by having a higher or lower concentration of color, whether it be done with paint, chalk, or even clay (keep in mind that if you mix clay with the TLS it will become more "gunky" like icing).
So in my case, it ended up looking alright after baking, because there was a lot of white mixed in, but there are other options other than TLS that are completely transparent, or you could've even just used regular paint if you don't want any transparency. Everyone has their own tastes in what resources to use, and some use one better than others. I recommend trying out TLS, mod podge, and other kinds of resin. It's a lot of trial and error, but once you find one material you really like to work with, you may never want to try another kind!
It's always a pleasure to answer people's questions, even though I'm not a pro myself! Feel free to ask anything else!
Ohh! That is very helpful thank you! I had heard it changes color, but wasn't sure how to control it.
Thank you so much for taking the time to answer my questions. I am possibly hoping to get polymer clay and tools soon, so I may be asking more questions in the future, if that's alright.
TLS stands for Transluscent Liquid Sculpey. It's basically a white liquid that comes in a little bottle, commonly found at Michael's, Hobby Lobby, or any typical craft store. When baked, it becomes slightly transparent (depending on the brand, some become totally transparent, but most look a little frosted). They can be mixed with paints or chalks to adjust the color, and can also be mixed with clay to make it chunkier, which is nice for replicating substances like mashed potatoes or cake frosting. ^^
I'm glad you liked them! Feel free to ask me any other questions.
"OH! Those wings looks really hot! I wish I had some!"
And, I hadn't even notice the 1:12 next to the word "hot wings".... Sometimes, I wonder if my brain might have a mind of it's own....
The whole thing turned green.